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19th November, 2017
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Emma Barrett of Temple Street and Anthony Murphy of Gino’s Gelato with Faye Morrison and her mum Mary

Gino’s Gelato raised more than €10,000 for the Temple Street Foundation in three months last summer. The ice cream company made a donation from the sale of every large gelato sold between June and August. Gino’s Gelato co-owner Anthony Murphy said: “We teamed up with Temple Street as we wanted to give something back to the dedicated and hardworking staff, and also to support the brave children and their families who attend the hospital. The...

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